Date of Award
College of Education
Type of Degree
The purpose of this study was to determine the attitudes between students with disabilities and typically developing children as well as factors that may influence them. Ten students participated in the study. Five of the students had disabilities, and the other five students were considered typically developing. All participants were interviewed by the researcher. Interview results showed that students with disabilities and typically developing children are isolated from each other in the school environment despite the efforts of inclusion. Although, most students reported generally positive attitudes, responses indicated that two student groups are not offered enough opportunities to interact for students to make informed decisions regarding their opinions and attitudes.
CISP 615 Special Education Research
Students with disabilities - Attitudes.
Students with disabilities -- Education.
Gore, Kristina, "Attitudes between Students with Disabilities and Typically Developing Students" (2015). Theses, Dissertations and Capstones. 970.